Frozen Yogurt Flavors From Around The Worldon Friday, September 22, 2017
At Frenzi, we offer a number of, what we feel are, the best frozen yogurt flavors in the world — we might be biased, but that’s beside the point. Frozen yogurt is a global phenomenon, enjoyed all around the world by people of varying cultures. What are generally expected flavors in a western froyo shop (cake batter, cookies and cream) may seem outrageous to a Scandinavian who swears by salty black licorice yogurt. Here are a few of the most intriguing flavors enjoyed by global froyo enthusiasts:
Durian, AKA the world’s stinkiest fruit, is a huge, spiky melon known for its considerable smell. Durian is actually banned from areas throughout Southeast Asia just for its pungent odor. Despite the smell, durian has a flavor reminiscent of custard and almonds, so regardless of the olfactory offense, this sounds like a truly delightful froyo flavor.
Mazamorra Violeta is a purple corn that is a delicacy in South America. Originating from Peru, this sweet variety of corn also has a vibrant purple hue that makes for a lovely cup of froyo.
Japan offers novelty flavors of ice cream and froyo that can seem quite unbelievable from a western point of view, but if you consider squid ink, raw horse meat, wasabi and octopus attractive flavors that may find their truest compliment in the form of soft serve frozen yogurt, these may be brilliant.